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Elections for the Governing Board Members have been changed from the first Tuesday after the first Monday in November of odd years to the first Tuesday after the first Monday in November of even years, effective November 2018.

 

All registered voters in Lawndale will receive the postcard below over the next few weeks, please read it for further details. 

 

election update postcard
 

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Posted by: Enrique Pivaral
Published: 6/30/17




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Assemblywoman Autumn Burke, Lawndale Mayor Robert Pullen-Miles and the city of Lawndale, in conjunction with the 101 Enterprises Foundation invite you to the 3rd Annual 62nd Assembly District Back-to-School Health and Wellness Fair.

 

Saturday, July 29, 2017

10:30 a.m.-3 p.m.

Jane Addams Park

15114 Firmona Avenue in Lawndale

 

See attached flyer for details.

 


La asambleísta Autumn Burke, el alcalde de Lawndale Robert Pullen-Miles y la ciudad de Lawndale, en conjunto con la Fundación 101 Enterprises les invitan a la tercera Feria Anual de Salud y Bienestar De Vuelta a la Escuela.

 

Sábado / 29 de Julio del 2017

10:30 a.m.-3 p.m.

Parque Jane Addams
15114 Firmona Avenue en Lawndale

 

Vea el volante adjunto para más detalles.

 

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Posted by: Enrique Pivaral
Published: 6/27/17




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In November 2016, the voters of Lawndale generously approved Measure L, a general obligation bond that will provide the Lawndale Elementary School District with $27,000,000 to improve outdated and worn facilities. This summer, the District will embark on the first of several projects to utilize those bond funds. The first projects will be to replace leaking and worn roofs and provide a fresh coat of exterior paint on the buildings. Because we offer student summer programs, the work will only occur at certain sites this year, with plans to improve other sites in the near future.

 

“Our Governing Board and school district employees greatly appreciate the community’s investment in the school district and in our students. Investments that we make in our schools now improve the future of our community,” said Dr. Gretchen Janson, LESD Assistant Superintendent of Business Services.

 

 

Overview of Summer 2017 Measure L Projects

 

Roofing: This project involves the complete re-roofing of FDR Elementary, William Green Elementary, and William Anderson Elementary. The roofing being installed will come with a 30-year warranty and will help to mitigate the water damage we saw at those sites during the heavy rains last year.

 

 

Painting: William Green Elementary, William Anderson Elementary, Will Rogers Middle, and Jane Addams Middle will all receive a fresh coat of paint this summer. This will provide an improved and more appealing appearance and provide a protective coating to all exterior walls.

 

The District has worked diligently with the construction companies to make them aware of both the City’s Noise Ordinance, as well as Dust Control and Mitigation requirements during the course of the project.

Every effort will be made to reduce inconveniences caused by the construction project on the general public. The Lawndale Elementary School District appreciates the Lawndale community’s understanding and cooperation regarding this vital improvement project.

 

Photo: Banner that will be displayed at all Measure L funded projects throughout LESD schools.

 

Measure L Banner at Anderson Elementary
 

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Posted by: Enrique Pivaral
Published: 6/8/17




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The Lawndale Elementary School District is pleased to extend our free summer food program to all children in our community ages 1 - 18 starting June 19th. 

Please see attached flyer for details.

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El Distrito Escolar Primario de Lawndale se complace en ofrecer el programa de comidas gratis para los niños en nuestra comunidad entre 1 a 18 años empezando el 19 de junio.

Por favor vea el volante adjunto para más detalles.

 


 

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Posted by: Enrique Pivaral
Published: 6/5/17




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The Lawndale Elementary School District (LESD) is proud to share that Van Bui, Social Worker at William Anderson Elementary School, has received the Distinguished Field Instructor Award from the USC Dworak-Peck School of Social Work. The award recognizes Bui’s dedication to guiding social work and counseling interns while attaining invaluable hands-on experience as they participate in the district’s Intern Program.

 

“We are proud that our District has received a second consecutive recognition from the USC Dworak-Peck School of Social Work. The LESD Student Support Services Team is truly committed to providing unique and individualized supports to help all of our students attain academic success. We look forward to a continuous partnership with USC that will benefit both our students and our interns,” said Maria Ruelas, LESD District Social Worker.  

 

This is the second consecutive year LESD has received a top honor from USC—last year, LESD was the recipient of the Agency of the Year Award for their innovative Intern Program.

 

Student Support Services Team

 

Photo: LESD Student Support Services Team, from left to right: Jorge Arroyo, Director; and School Social Workers: Evelyn Garcia; Sofia Lupian-Hernandez, Julia Maurer, Van Bui, Jalpa Patel, Kisalyn Michael, Vanessa Clark, and Maria Ruelas.

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Posted by: Enrique Pivaral
Published: 5/31/17




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Join us this Saturday for the "Take Part" Arts Festival. Enjoy student performances, family activities, art exhibit, music, and much more!

 

See flyer for details. 

Acompáñenos este sábado para el Festival “Take Part”. Disfrute de actuaciones de alumnos en vivo, actividades familiares, exhibición de arte, música, ¡y mucho más!

 

Vea el volante para los detalles. 

Take Part Festival Flyer

Take Part Flyer Spanish
 

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Posted by: Enrique Pivaral
Published: 5/31/17




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Click here to see Culture Night featured on Lawndale Living!

 

To celebrate and honor their diverse student body, William Anderson Elementary School hosted their 3rd annual Culture Night. This special night, which was attended by hundreds of students and their family members, was filled with live performances and interactive booths. Students and their families got their passports stamped as they walked around learning about different cultures from fellow students and their families. Sixteen different cultures were represented on this night, including Mexico, El Salvador, Guatemala, Cuba, Vietnam, Syria, Jordan, Ghana, Nigeria, Colombia, Italy, Ireland, China, Germany, Philippines, and Nicaragua.

 

“We are committed to celebrating the cultural diversity that makes our district and Lawndale such wonderful places. We strive to demonstrate to our student body that we embrace their cultures and heritage and create learning environments that promote acceptance, inclusion, and tolerance,” said Dr. Ellen Dougherty, LESD Superintendent.

 

Tables were filled with photographs, maps, flags, musical instruments, books, and more in an effort to teach others about their culture. There was even a fun and interactive African drumming booth hosted by P.S. Arts! In addition to all of the booths, Folklórico dancers from the Lawndale Community Center and a Filipino dance group from USC treated everyone to amazing performances.

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Culture Night Photo
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Posted by: Enrique Pivaral
Published: 5/11/17




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Dear Parents,

 

Applications for this year’s summer camp are now available for all students who are currently enrolled in the Lawndale Elementary School District, grades TK - 8th. Our adventure theme this summer is iDiscover Camp.

 

RAP iDiscover Camp is from June 19th - July 28th. 

 

By joining RAP iDiscover Camp, students are less impacted on the learning loss that occurs in the summer. Please join us this summer and allow your students to develop skills, discover new things and have fun while learning. If you are interested in having your child attend RAP iDiscover Camp this summer, please pick up an application at your school’s front office or with the RAP Program Supervisor at your school. 

 

Spaces are limited so please submit all applications ASAP. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the RAP Program Supervisor at your school. 
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Estimados padres,

 

Las aplicaciones para el campamento educativo del Programa RAP de este verano ya están disponibles para todos los estudiantes que actualmente están matriculados en el Distrito Escolar Primario de Lawndale, grados TK al  8º grado. 

 

El campamento será del 19 de junio hasta el 28 de julio. 

 

Al asistir el campamento, los estudiantes se ven menos afectados por la pérdida de aprendizaje que ocurre en el verano. Únase a nosotros este verano y permita que sus estudiantes desarrollen habilidades, descubran cosas nuevas y se diviertan mientras aprenden. Si usted está interesado en que su hijo asista el campamento, por favor recoja una aplicación en la oficina de su escuela o con el Supervisor de Programa de RAP en su escuela. 

 

Los espacios son limitados así que por favor entregue sus aplicaciones y cuotas lo más pronto posible. Si tiene alguna pregunta, no dude de ponerse en contacto con el Supervisor de Programa de RAP en su escuela. 

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Posted by: Enrique Pivaral
Published: 5/9/17




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On May 3, 2017, the Los Angeles County Committee for School District Organization voted to approve LESD’s request to change to a new method of electing our Board of Trustees with elections by trustee areas. 

 

Below is the map of trustee areas that has been adopted by the Board and approved by the Los Angeles Committee for School District Organization.

 

Trustee Areas Map
 

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Posted by: Enrique Pivaral
Published: 5/8/17




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Lawndale, CA, May 8, 2017– The Lawndale Elementary School District (LESD) Board of Trustees is proud and excited to announce the selection of Dr. Betsy Hamilton as the new Superintendent for the Lawndale Elementary School District starting in the 2017-18 school year. Dr. Hamilton has served as LESD’s Assistant Superintendent of Educational Services for the past seven years, and from the onset, her vision to serve as an agent for change was clear. Her daily work has focused on supporting all students’ needs and she strives to ensure that Lawndale students receive access to a rigorous instructional program with effective differentiated supports. Under Dr. Hamilton’s direction, the Lawndale Educational Services team has added a contingent of teacher leaders who focus on coaching and supporting instruction for all students.

 

Dr. Hamilton is a dedicated professional that has devoted her life to improving the lives of others through high-quality education. Recently, The Association of California School Administrators (ACSA) Region XIV selected Dr. Betsy Hamilton as the Assistant Superintendent of Educational Services of the Year.  The award is presented annually to recognize an individual’s outstanding performance, achievement, and commitment to the public-school system.

 

“Everyone in our District, from staff to stakeholders to students, admires and respects Dr. Hamilton. Her passion and drive to raise the bar and close learning gaps for students in the public education system have been a source of inspiration for colleagues.  Dr. Hamilton believes all students have unlimited potential and she has done an outstanding job in developing educational programs that create the opportunities and challenges that will elevate our scholars to the next level. The students and staff of the Lawndale Elementary School District will be fortunate to have Dr. Hamilton at the helm of the District,” said Dr. Ellen Dougherty, LESD’s current Superintendent, who will retire at the end of June.

 

Dr. Hamilton’s work will focus on student achievement and on the District’s commitment to closing the achievement gap—continuing Dr. Dougherty’s legacy and working from the foundations she has set in place in the District over the past eight years.Photo, Left to Right  Dr. Ellen Dougherty, LESD Superintendent  Dr. Betsy Hamilton, LESD Superintendent beginning 2017-18 school year  Dr. Brian Markarian, ACSA Region XIV President.

Photo, Left to Right: Dr. Ellen Dougherty, LESD Superintendent; Dr. Betsy Hamilton, LESD Superintendent beginning 2017-18 school year; Dr. Brian Markarian, ACSA Region XIV President.

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Posted by: Enrique Pivaral
Published: 5/8/17




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Parents and guardians are invited to join us for Open House.

 

Meet your students' teachers and learn about what's going on in the classrooms!

 

Please see schedule below:

 

Addams & Rogers Middle Schools

 

Wednesday, May 17, 2017 

 

6:00 PM 

 

Anderson, Green, Mitchell, & Smith Elementary Schools

 

Wednesday, May 24, 2017

 

6:00 PM Leadership Support

FDR & Twain Elementary Schools

 

Thursday, May 25, 2017

 

6:00 PM

 

Open House photo
 

 

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Posted by: Enrique Pivaral
Published: 5/1/17




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Please see attached Measure L update below. Thank you to the generous support of the Lawndale community.

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Posted by: Enrique Pivaral
Published: 4/26/17




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Date: May 3, 2017
Place: Mychal’s Learning Place
           4901 W. Rosecrans Ave.

           Hawthorne, CA 90250

Time: 6:00 - 6:30 Light Dinner
          6:30 - 7:30 Panel of speakers
          7:30 - 8:00 Q & A
Who: Open to all students, parents, educators, community and media.
Why: For parents and families to learn about anti-bullying techniques.

 

See attached flier for more details

 

Panel contra el acoso presentado por "Students for Disability Awareness". Lea el volante adjunto para mas detalles. 

 

 

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Posted by: Enrique Pivaral
Published: 4/24/17




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Lawndale, CA, April 14, 2017– Lawndale Elementary School District (LESD) has established community partnerships throughout the South Bay Community to ensure that all their students receive the resources they need to ensure their wellbeing and promote their success. One of these partnerships is with South Bay Mission Church, whose members donated over 40 personalized gift baskets for families in need.

 

“The Student Support Services Team is proud of all the solid partnerships we have forged all over the community. South Bay Mission Church really came through for our families!” said Maria Ruelas, District Social Worker.

 

Spring Baskets
 

 

Photo: Members of South Bay Mission Church drops off spring baskets to LESD staff.

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Posted by: Enrique Pivaral
Published: 4/14/17




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Thanks to the generous support of the Lawndale community, LESD was tremendously fortunate to see Measure L pass this fall. It will infuse much needed resources to support to our buildings, which have gone without deferred maintenance for many years since the state dissolved that funding source.


The first step in moving these projects into action was undertaken on March 21st with the completion of the initial sale of $10 million in bonds. Now that funding is available, project planning can get underway. School construction is bound by extensive rules and regulations to both ensure the safety of students and staff and to ensure fair processes are used throughout. Karla Bertran, our Director of Purchasing, will start the process by going out to bid for contractors who may be interested in completing our work. This is a lengthy legal process and we are fortunate to have Mrs. Bertran leading this challenging charge.


A detailed review of our facilities status by Jorge Ramirez, our Director of Maintenance and Operations, has helped our construction team to prioritize projects that will begin this summer. We also partnered with our Educational Services team, the Food Services department and RAP leadership to coordinate student summer activities and ensure stu-dent safety throughout this process.

 

At this time, projects that are planned to take place during the Summer of 2017 include:
 New roofing at Anderson, FDR and Green
 Exterior painting at Rogers, Addams, Anderson and Green

 

Heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) replacements will begin near the close of the summer and will be eventually completed at each school site.

 

Once these projects get underway, we will immediately begin planning for the Summer of 2018. So, if you don’t see your school on the list now, know that we are coming your way soon! Coordinating projects of this magnitude requires extensive collaboration of all school district entities and detailed planning.

 

Again, we are so pleased to be able to finally invest in our school facilities and create optimal learning environments for our students. It will certainly be a busy summer for the LESD Business Department, but the hard work will pay off when students and staff are able to return to beautifully upgraded campuses.


 

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Posted by: Enrique Pivaral
Published: 4/7/17




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Will Rogers Middle School hosted the third installment of the South Bay Hackathon Series, an event which featured a question and answer session with a panel of engineers and then an engineering challenge for students. For the engineering challenge, students were placed in teams of 4—with one member from each of the participating schools, so that each school would take home a 1st place winner.  Students from Will Rogers Middle School, Dana Middle School, Jefferson Middle School, and Manhattan Beach Middle School participated in this event. The students were also treated to lunch donated by Panda Express.

 

“We are so grateful to the engineers who volunteered their time to coach our students,” said Tracy Tegtmeier, Northrop Grumman Teacher Fellow. The event was made possible through the Northrop Grumman Foundation Teachers Academy, which is a Northrop Grumman Foundation sponsored initiative and National Science Teachers Association (NSTA).

 

The Hackathon was created with the goal to connect students to local professionals and to engage students in applied STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) activities, help the students build the necessary skillset needed to succeed in competitive college and career engineering pathways, and inspire young people to choose STEM careers.

 

hackathon winners
Photo: First place winning team with members representing all participating schools.

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Posted by: Enrique Pivaral
Published: 4/3/17




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LESD will be hosting free parent workshops on Saturdays.

 

Please join us!

Topics we will discuss include:

  • ESL tutoring
  • Information and tips about student state exams

 

April 1, 2017 - ESL Tutoring/Parent Workshop:

Information about the student math state exam (SBAC)

 

April 8, 2017 - ESL Tutoring/Parent workshop:

Tips and suggestions for how to better navigate the student math state exam (SBAC)

 

April 29, 2017 - ESL Tutoring/Parent workshop:

Tips and suggestions for how to better navigate the student ELA state exam as well as the CELDT exam

 

TIME:

8:30-10:00 AM ESL Tutoring

10:00-12:00 PM Parent Workshops

 

 

Estaremos ofreciendo talleres gratuitos los sabados.

 

¡Por favor acompáñenos!

Temas incluirán:

  • Tutoría de ESL
  • Información y sugerencias sobre los exámenes estatales de los estudiantes

1ᴼ  de Abril    de 2017 Tutoría de ESL/Taller: Información sobre el examen estatal (SBAC) de matemáticas de los estudiantes

 

8  de abril  de 2017 Tutoría de ESL/Taller: Sugerencias para navegar el examen estatal (SBAC) de matemáticas

 

29  de Abril  de 2017 Tutoría de ESL/Taller: Sugerencias para navegar el examen estatal (SBAC) de artes del lenguaje inglés (ELA) y el Examen de Evaluación del Desarrollo del Inglés (CELDT)

 

HORARIO:

8:30 - 10:00 AM Tutoría de ESL

10:00 - 12:00 PM Talleres

 

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Posted by: Enrique Pivaral
Published: 3/30/17




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Lawndale, CA, March 27, 2017– The El Segundo Rotary and Lawndale Rotary Clubs awarded William Green Elementary School a combined grant for $5000 to purchase new books. In addition, they provided William Green students with gently used books that they received during Read Across America Week. “We are thank the El Segundo and Lawndale Rotary Clubs for their support and continuous partnership,” said Jenny Padilla, Principal at William Green Elementary School.

From left: Dickie Van Breene, El Segundo Rotary Club; Jenny Padilla, Principal at William Green; and Shirley Giltzow, Lawndale Rotary Club.

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Published: 3/27/17




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Google visited Lawndale to roll out CS First Roadshow, a computer science education program that had Lucille Smith Elementary School 3rd, 4th, and 5th graders creating an adventure on the high seas and learning about computer coding in the process. The CS First Roadshow teaches students about the importance of STEM education and uses interactive activities to teach them coding basics while encouraging students to develop an interest in computer science education and growing both their problem solving and technical coding skills

 

“Many Smith students have already been working on computer coding projects in their classrooms using Google CS First since the beginning of the school year, and this event was important in demonstrating how computer science can be used in real life,” stated Dr. Rosa Isiah, Principal at Lucille Smith Elementary.

 

Assemblymember Autumn Burke and Lawndale Mayor Robert Pullen-Miles participated in the presentation. Assemblymember Burke kicked off the presentation by discussing the importance of technology and learning about computer science. Two Google employees then delivered the hour-long presentation, which focused on teaching students both problem solving and technical coding skills. They closed the presentation encouraging the students to develop an interest in computer science education and informing them how a STEM education can lead to exciting educational opportunities and careers.

 

“The Lawndale Elementary School District is committed to providing 21st century learning environments to its students. We are grateful to Assemblymember Burke and Google for bringing this one-of-a-kind experience to Smith Elementary students—and hopefully sparking a life-long interest in computer science within many of our students,” said Dr. Ellen Dougherty, Superintendent of the Lawndale Elementary School District. 

Smith Students at Google CS First Roadshow

Smith Students at Google CS First Roadshow

Smith Students at Google CS First Roadshow
 

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Posted by: Enrique Pivaral
Published: 3/21/17




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We have scheduled meetings at each of our elementary school sites to help families learn more about our outstanding TK and Kindergarten programs.
 

Click here to see meeting times

 

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Hemos programado juntas en todas nuestras escuelas primarias para ayudar a que sus familias aprendan mas acerca nuestro excelente programa de kinder transicional (TK) y kinder.

 

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Posted by: Enrique Pivaral
Published: 3/9/17




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If you have a Kindergarten or Transitional Kindergarten aged student for next school year, we invite you to attend the Lawndale Kindergarten Festival.  

This is a chance to learn about the Kindergarten program at Lawndale, meet some of the teachers, and visit the school.  

The first Kindergarten Festival will be at Anderson Elementary on Saturday, March 11th from 8:40 to 11:00.  

The second Kindergarten Festival is at Green Elementary on Saturday, March 18th from 8:40 - 11:00.  

We hope to see you there!

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Si ustedes tienen un alumno quien tendrá la edad para asistir kínder o kínder transicional, los invitamos a que vengan a nuestro Festival de Kínder de Lawndale. 

Esta es una oportunidad para aprender del programa de kínder en Lawndale, conocer algunos maestros, y visitar la escuela. 

El primer Festival de Kinder será en la escuela Anderson el 11 de marzo de 8:40 a 11:00 am.

El segundo Festival de Kinder será en la escuela Green el 18 de marzo de 8:40 a 11:00 am.

¡Los esperamos!

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Posted by: Enrique Pivaral
Published: 2/27/17




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District Office

4161 W. 147th St

Lawndale, CA 90260

6:30 PM

 

We welcome you to this meeting. The public may ask questions relevant to agenda items at the time those are under
consideration. While not required, we would appreciate it if you would identify yourself with your name and address
when addressing the Committee. Fifteen minutes are allowed at designated times on the Agenda for the Public to
address the Committee on an item which is not on the agenda during the opportunity for Public Comments. Speakers
are asked to limit remarks to three minutes. No action will be taken by the Committee at this time. The Committee may
put the issue on a future agenda for more discussion and/or action, or may refer the issue to the administration for followup.
Any individual requiring disability-related accommodations or modifications including auxiliary aids and services in
order to participate in the meeting should contact the Superintendent in writing.

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Posted by: Enrique Pivaral
Published: 2/16/17




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District Office

4161 W. 147th St

Lawndale, CA 90260

7:15 PM

 

We welcome you to this meeting. The public may ask questions relevant to agenda items at the time those are under
consideration. While not required, we would appreciate it if you would identify yourself with your name and address when
addressing the Committee. Fifteen minutes are allowed at designated times on the Agenda for the Public to address the
Committee on an item which is not on the agenda during the opportunity for Public Comments. Speakers are asked to
limit remarks to three minutes. No action will be taken by the Committee at this time. The Committee may put the issue
on a future agenda for more discussion and/or action, or may refer the issue to the administration for follow-up. Any
individual requiring disability-related accommodations or modifications including auxiliary aids and services in order to
participate in the meeting should contact the Superintendent in writing.

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Posted by: Enrique Pivaral
Published: 2/16/17




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Last September we held various community meetings throughout our District. At these meetings we gathered input from Lawndale community members to guide our Board of Trustees in selecting a map to determine how our District will be divided into 5 trustee voting areas.

 

The L.A. County Committee on School District Organization will be holding a public hearing in our District to hear the community’s input regarding the map that our Board of Trustees selected. Please join us and share your opinion.

 

Our Board took into consideration the following to select Map B:

 

*Best fit for District's culture (that each school was represented by at least two Board members)

*School and attendance boundaries

*That maps made sense geographically and appropriately grouped communities of interest

*Incumbency

*Community input

 

Please join us!

 

Wednesday, February 15th
6:30 PM
Professional Development Center (PDC)
4161 W. 147th St.
Lawndale, CA 90260

 

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Posted by: Enrique Pivaral
Published: 2/3/17




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P.S. ARTS is dedicated to improving the lives of children by providing arts education to underserved public schools & communities. We are proud that our partnership has helped keep the arts alive within our schools and communities.   

 

Read their annual report below:

 

https://www.psarts.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/01/2015-2016-Annual-Report.pdf?bblinkid=36967147&bbemailid=3100468&bbejrid=216618815

 

P.S. Arts annual report
 

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Posted by: Enrique Pivaral
Published: 1/30/17




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Photo of Martin Luther King Jr.
 

 

Martin Luther King day/Día de Martin Luther King

Monday, January 16 

NO SCHOOL

Lunes 16 de enero 

NO HAY CLASES

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Posted by: Enrique Pivaral
Published: 1/11/17




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Please join us for the 2nd annual Operation Gobble, where underserved families and organizations will receive turkeys/vouchers for their Thanksgiving Dinner.   

Date:      Monday, November 14, 2016
Time:     10:30am-1:00pm
Place:     Lennox Park
             10828 Condon Ave. 
             Lennox, CA 90304

FIRST COME, FIRST SERVE, WHILE SUPPLIES LAST.

Call (310) 412-6400 or see attached flyer for additional details.
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Por favor acompáñenos a la 2da anual Operación Pavo, donde les ofreceremos pavos/cupones a familias y organizaciones con necesidad para su cena del Día de Acción de Gracias. 

Fecha:    lunes, 14 de noviembre de 2016
Hora:     10:30am-1:00pm
Lugar:    Lennox Park
             10828 Condon Ave. 
             Lennox, CA 90304

DISPONIBLES PARA EL PÚBLICO POR ORDÉN DE LLEGADA Y HASTA QUE SE AGOTEN LAS EXISTENCIAS.

Operation Gobble
 

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Posted by: Enrique Pivaral
Published: 11/10/16




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You are probably aware by now about the Creepy/Killer Clown phenomenon that is taking over social media.  It started in the rural south in August and has now spread nationwide--and will more than likely be around until Halloween.  

 

Many of our students and families have seen news about sightings, school closures, and threats.  Although it is a joke/hoax this is scaring a lot of children.

 

Click here for more information

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Posted by: Enrique Pivaral
Published: 10/5/16




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Published: 9/2/16




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LESD coordinates “Back to School Backpack Drive” along with several community partners to relieve barriers to education by helping economically disadvantaged students start off the new school year on a positive note.

 

Lawndale, CA, August 19, 2016– Students and families identified as homeless or economically disadvantaged were personally invited to attend LESD’s “Back to School Backpack Drive” to receive school supplies and referrals for much needed services. LESD partnered with the Lawndale Rotary Club, South Bay Mission Church, Torrance Memorial hospital, South Bay Children’s Health Center, Champions for Change, and Skechers to host two backpack drives to provide students with backpacks full with school supplies, health screenings, nutrition education, clothing, and shoes.   

“I am so glad that backpacks were provided to me! I do not know what I would’ve done without this help. Mr. Arroyo (Director of Student Support Services) always helps me because he knows I am a single mom trying to raise four kids. He once also gave me mattresses because my kids did not have beds,” said one of the mothers that attended this event.  

Events of this nature mentally prepare students and empower students to begin the academic school year with the right foot forward.  “Students feel confident and ready to learn when they have the necessary supplies to thrive in the classroom.  In addition, parents feel relieved from economic stressors that may inhibit them from purchasing clothing or other items in preparation for the beginning of the academic school year,” stated Maria Ruelas, LESD’s District Social Worker.

Over 350 families attended this event, which is the first of several events LESD will coordinate along with the support of various community partners throughout the school year in a continuous effort ensure educational access and equity by providing high quality actions and services to eliminate barriers for all students.  

 

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Posted by: Enrique Pivaral
Published: 8/19/16




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Hello Lawndale Elementary  families, 

 

You are invited to the 2nd Annual Back to School Health and Wellness Fair, Hosted by Assemblywoman Autumn Burke.  Please join us for free health screenings, children activities, refreshments, free backpacks and school supplies, entertainment and much, much more.  

 

The health and wellness fair will take place: 

Saturday, July 30, 2016

10:30am-3pm at Jane Addams Park

15114 Firmona Ave in Lawndale

 

Insure that your student start the new school year off right by attending this free community event!

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Hola estimadas familias de Lawndale, 

Quisiéramos invitarlos  a la 2da Anual Feria de Regreso a la Escuela de Bienestar y Salud, organizada por la Asambleísta Autumn Burke. Acompáñenos para recibir exámenes de salud gratuitos, útiles para la escuela y mochilas gratuitas, actividades para los niños, entretenimiento, refrescos, y mucho, mucho más.

 

Esta feria tomará lugar:

sábado 30 de julio

 10:30 am-3 pm en el Parque Jane Addams

15114 Firmona Ave en Lawndale

 

¡Asegúrese que su alumno empiece el año escolar nuevo bien al atender este evento gratuito para la comunidad! 

 

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Posted by: Enrique Pivaral
Published: 7/13/16




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Each year the Association of California School Administrators (ACSA) recognizes a select group of individuals for their significant contributions to education. This year Dr. Ellen Dougherty, Superintendent of Lawndale Elementary School District (LESD), was honored for her work at the local, regional, and state levels on issues of access and equity for students and their families. Dr. Dougherty’s work has led to significant change in LESD and today the district boasts numerous partnerships that that support student learning as well their physical and emotional health. LESD’s moral imperative to raise the bar and close learning gaps for all students is the fuel that motivates Dr. Dougherty’s work for the Lawndale community.

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Posted by: Enrique Pivaral
Published: 5/2/16